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Use your imagination to come up with more ideas to turn your unassuming kitchen into something totally attractive. Be sure to get rid of the old useless items to make room for the new ones. THINGS TO REPLACE Kitchen staging isn’t just about cleaning up the mess, but also making sure the appliances, including the oven and other stainless-steel utensils, are all the same color. If you have a black-colored food processor, a silver oven andmicrowave in silver, a black refrigerator, and a white juicer, it won’t look “put together” and it won’t appeal to potential buyers. Replace a few things if there is a complete mismatch; however, also keep in mind that black and white can easily get along if the entire décor is of the same combination. Some other things that need replacing are old hand towels, bakingmittens, soap dispensers, and silverware holder.Make these affordable replacements to give a new and striking look to your kitchen. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on this step. If you think there are appliances that don’t go together well, simply put them away. AFFORDABLE UPGRADES THAT IMPROVE APPEARANCE

Again, remember that there’s no need to spend a lot of money on kitchen staging when you can easily and affordably create a striking look. Some of the décor items can already

be found at home and some of themcan be created using some imagination.

However, when it comes to upgrading, spending a littlemoney is always a good idea, because it’s going tomake a huge difference regarding the value of your home. Here are a few ideas to check out: • Contemporary Hardware: Something that instantly improves the appearance of a kitchen are beautiful ornate modern hardware for


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